Château Comtal de Carcassone

This doodlewash is of another place I’ve never visited, but looked cool from the many views I researched for this sketch. It’s the Château Comtal in Carcassone, France which is a large, restored 12th-century hilltop castle in a renowned, medieval walled city. I really liked the cobblestone street, so I tried to doodle lots of little ovals in…

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Little French Church

This is a quick doodlewash of some little french church, mostly to play with shadows and perspective. I used a limited palette again. This time just Naples Yellow, Alazarin Crimson, French Ultramarine, Burnt Sienna and Sap Green (Actually didn’t use my fave Quinacridone Gold this time!) It’s another sketch from the #DrawingAugust challenge, so we’re…

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GUEST DOODLEWASH: Cats On A Couch

Here’s a fun and lovely doodlewash from Kyly Sheldon, (kokkewietblog.com) a freelance 3D animator in Johannesburg, South Africa. Kyly comes from a family of artists. Her mother is an artist and so was her grandmother. Having always been surrounded by art, in different mediums, she was destined to have an interest in art herself. She says, “I have…

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Little French Town

I did a doodlewash of another sketch I had drawn for #DrawingAugust, of a photo I found of a little town in France. I have no idea which little town this is, but I was inspired to sketch it. I liked the sketch a lot, so I scanned a copy of it, but was also pleased with the…

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GUEST DOODLEWASH: Upward

Today’s wonderful guest doodlewash comes to us from Ramida Han (click here to visit her WordPress blog and follow her!) who is from Thailand. She studied in Singapore for the last 2 years of high school, and is currently an incoming college freshman, moving to the United States next month (and she’s very excited!).  Ramida really started paying…

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Corsica, France

Here’s the sketch I did at the Doodlewash Dinner Party last night. It was a fast and loose sketch, and half of it was completed in very low light. The apparent storm coming in the upper right is an accidental smudge of my ink, and I’m still not sure how it happened. But I was…

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